Robert Emilio Gagno is a pinball prodigy. In 2016, the 27-year-old from Canada became the number one player in the world after winning the pinball world championship. He also happens to have autism. In this short film, Salazar Films presents a candid personal perspective on autism through the life of pinball world champion Robert Gagno.
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Inside the Extraordinary Mind of a Pinball World Champion | Short Film Showcase